Wellness fairs typically offer exhibits about medical providers, stress management, nutrition, fitness and tobacco use prevention. Such events may also include exhibits about natural medicine, women’s health, skin cancer prevention, dental care and fire safety.
A variety of medical providers usually participate in wellness fairs, including hospitals, family care physicians, pediatricians, physical therapists and eye doctors. Hospitals and physicians provide informative exhibits about poison control, CPR training, responding to medical emergencies and other topics. Exhibits by physical therapists focus on topics such as exercise and recovering from injuries. Eye doctors may offer eye exams or tips for preserving eyesight.
Massage therapists and mental health professionals usually provide stress management exhibits. Massage therapists often offer fair attendees a massage. They also provide demonstrations on posture and ergonomics. Exhibits by mental health professionals may include brief counseling sessions, tips for reducing anxiety, or explanations of stress-reduction activities.
Registered dietitians, health food stores, nutritionists and manufacturers of natural foods may set up nutrition exhibits at wellness fairs. Fitness centers, gyms, personal trainers, karate instructors and other fitness professionals typically offer interactive exhibits that are also educational. Exhibits on preventing tobacco use provide resources, advice and information on avoiding tobacco for adults and teens.